“I get so much shit for being a freak; I forget that people can fuck with me because of my race.” That memorable and profound line sets the stage for this campy road trip.

Loosely based on Margaret Cho’s childhood, Bam Bam & Celeste revels in the ’80s songs and fashions from Cho’s stand-up routine, as well as her classic impersonations of her mother.

Tired of being the outcasts in their small midwest town, Celeste (Cho) and her friend Bam Bam decide to change their lives by heading to New York to appear on the makeover show, “Trading Faces.” Along the way, they learn that only when you truly accept who you are, can others truly accept you.

Cameos by Kathy Najimy, Jane Lynch and Alan Cumming provide comic relief as the title characters drive down the road of self-discovery.

Get a few of your camp loving friends, mix some fruity drinks and learn that with a little help from your friends, and a magic eyelash curler, we can all make our dreams come true.

Grade: B (on the camp grading curve)

Bam Bam & Celeste is currently available.